Join us for Royal Tea to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee
To celebrate this historic year, the team at No3 Bistro has designed an afternoon tea with a doff of the hat to Her Royal Highness record-breaking 70 years on the throne.
As well as taking in the decadent surroundings our guests have come to love here at No3 Restaurant and Bistro at Nightingale Place, we'll be sprucing things up with a patriotic Jubilee touch for the extended weekend. Join us for our Royal Tea with such English favourites as victoria sponge, lemon posset and Coronation chicken sandwich fingers.
We expect our Jubilee weekend events to be very popular so please book early to secure your table. If you have any special requests, such as a particular table or an event, please either call to confirm availability or add a special request to your booking online.
Our Royal Tea Menu at No3
MONDAY 23RD MAY – SUNDAY 5TH JUNE
Earl Grey infused cucumber
Smoked salmon and cream cheese
Plain and fruit scones
Served with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve
Glazed fruit tart
Royal fruit cake
"Queen's Favourite" - Lemon posset pudding
Traditional Royal Tea: £27.00 per person
Kir Royale: £35.00 per person
Pimm's Royale: £35.00 per person
Please advise our staff of any allergies or special dietary requirements. Food is prepared in a traditional kitchen and may contain traces of nuts. We can help identify suitable dishes for you and provide a list of all dishes containing allergens.
Our talented Head Chef and our meticulous team are experienced in delivering an impeccable standard of food, customer service and professionalism to any event, whether it’s a business function, birthday celebration or a family gathering for a Sunday lunch.
Treat someone to a restaurant gift voucher at No3 Bistro and Restaurant and share an afternoon tea experience or an evening three-course meal in the beautiful, luxurious setting. The Gift Vouchers are available in experiential and monetary denominations so you can tailor your gift to perfectly suit the recipient.
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Scones became popular in the 18th Century and are considered to be an essential part of the fashionable ritual of taking tea in England. With the Queen's Jubilee approaching, we asked our Head Chef at our Yorkshire restaurant for his tried and tested recipe to bake 10-12 crumbly scones at home.